Tonight I thought I'd take you for a quick walk around the little apartment Dallas and I share together out here in South Korea.
One of the perks of the school contracts for foreign teachers is that your apartment comes with the job rent-free.
I know, right?
It can be a gamble though and we have known people who have been stung with a really tiny and/or dirty and old places to live in.
Dallas and I were lucky enough to pull the long straw with this apartment~ it's in a nice new building and although small, it has a split level with room upstairs for bedding even though we don't use the upstairs at all.
This is our first time living together so we've really enjoyed nesting and leaving our own little impressions all over the place.
We live and sleep in the downstairs area, using the bed as a sofa too.
The Life Aquatic poster was a gift Dallas got for his birthday and the two smaller pictures are pages from a Himalayan Mask coloring book Dallas bought when we were travelling in India which I colored in and framed.
The little nook under our stairs is where we stash our little dinner stroke crafting table.
We eat all our meals off this table Asian-style sitting on the floor.
I also have a little floor garden of succulents and a large plant we inherited with the apartment.
The steps make a great showcase for ornaments and tea lights.
I love the way the late afternoon sun slants in through the blinds casting orange shapes on the wall.
And lastly our little pocket of kitchen.
It can be a challenge trying to create a meal in such a limited space but we've gotten used to it now.
We hung the tapestry over the upstairs balcony, I think it gives a great pop of color to the room ^^
I hope you enjoyed the room tour!
It's definitely come to feel like home to us these last 8 months.